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Overclocking AMD processor

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I have a Hewlitt Packard AMD processor running 1.8 GHZ. I was hoping to squeeze out an extra 200MHZ to 300MHZ from the CPU if possible...Its a proprietary "factory" machine, and I don't know offhand if the mainboard would support an overclocked jumper setting...

Do you guys know of any way to increase the CPU through a software program, or through BIOS? I've attached the screenshot of the entire system specs...Is it the front side Bus that measures the amount of data a processor can handle?

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated...Thank you for reading this post...

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Check out this topic where I helped a person with a very similar question. If you need further help, just ask. :)

EDIT: 900th post. :)

Edited by stettybet0, 13 November 2007 - 09:00 PM.

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